Hollyweird hasn’t learned anything about selling movies as they’ve suffered a historic decline at the box office. Their solution? Another lame re-make/sequel!
Flatliners comes out September 29. The movie’s tagline is: “You haven’t lived until you’ve died.”
About the movie, from Wikipedia:
Flatliners is an upcoming American science fiction psychological horror comedy film directed by Niels Arden Oplev and written by Ben Ripley. The film is a sequel to the 1990 film of the same name, and stars Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, James Norton, Kiersey Clemons and Kiefer Sutherland (who starred in the original), and follows five young medical students who attempt to conduct experiments that produce near-death experiences. Sony and Screen Gems will release the film on September 29, 2017, in the United States.
The movie, of course, has a couple of die-hard proggies who have Trump Derangement Syndrome.
The movie stars Ellen Page who is a liberal, homosexual, feminist, and Planned Parenthood supporter. Back in April she partnered with the director of her Juno movie, Jason Reitman, to do a “live reading” with the proceeds going to the baby butchers. This was in response to Trump’s election and his desire to defund Planned Parenthood.
Also in the movie is Nina Dobrev. In August, the actress said she wants Trump impeached and doesn’t care if you agree with her. As reported by the Huffington Post:
“I come from an immigrant family, and I think it’s unacceptable to treat anyone like that,” the former “Vampire Diaries” star told the magazine. She was born in Bulgaria and raised in Canada before moving to Los Angeles.
“Hopefully he’ll get impeached. Or indicted. Or both. He just doesn’t act like a president. He acts like a reality star on a terrible, horrible show that should never be aired,” she continued. “And he’s responsible for incredibly important decisions for the country that I live in, so my opinion does matter whether or not I had a chance to vote.”
“I’m entitled to my opinion, and if you don’t want to see the things I’m saying, don’t follow me (on social media),” she told the magazine.
Here’s an idea: If you don’t like Nina’s opinion, don’t go see her movie.